There are two sections to the campground. The upper section (sites 8-47) and the lower section (51-103). All sections have a couple of pit latrines without water. There is a bathhouse with showers and flush toilets at the beach. The lower section is not set up for big rigs to get in and out of. I would recommend this campground more for tent, pop-ups and small travel trailers. The roads are very curvy to get there. The campground should be well shaded during the summer.
There are only 47 sites for overnight. All other sites are seasonal campers. The sites are shaded but, very narrow. The restrooms are not very clean. The pond has trash laying all around it. We had 3 ten year olds throwing rocks into our camp site at nine o'clock one night. They were seasonal campers. I would not recommend this campground.
The campground is set on rolling hills. New gravel in sites. We had no problem leveling a pop-up and 32' TT. You are parked on a hill, so all sites lean some. The two restrooms and showers by the full hook up sites were new and clean. The restrooms in the W&E part were old. Playgrounds were nice. It was not very busy even with nice weather. The two main problems are the price and non-campers. If you go before or after the summer months, it's only $30. There were non-campers there for a music festival. I know they could use the "free" mini golf. I think they could also use the swimming pool but, I'm not sure about that. They were not walking through the campground, only at the pavilion and golf areas. I would go here again.
We stayed here Labor Day Weekend. The park was crowded as expected. We stayed in the full hook-ups area. There are not many sites open in the full hook-up area, because of seasonal campers. The seasonal campers are neat and well kept like the rest of the park. The bad things about the campground were the narrow roads and the fishing pond. A huge fishing pond but only very little is open to fish from because of brush. Nice place for a group of tenters or smaller travel trailers.
This place use to be a KOA until 2003. I'm not sure if the owner or KOA decided to take the name off. Right off of U.S. 71. Narrow entrance road. Restrooms need a serious cleaning or two. 3/4 of the campground is seasonal. Sites were narrow or they could have a tree in the way so your awning would not extend. We stayed the weekend. They were not busy at all so you might be able to pick a respectable site. The playground is an insurance agent's nightmare. If you wanted to tent camp and fish the two ponds, this is the place.
Beautiful area. Hard to follow the signs if coming from the south. We had plenty of grass area in our site. Nice swimming pool. Only have 33 full hook up sites. Only problem was the shower house nearest our site didn't have hot water for the weekend. Nice camp store if you need something. No mosquitos, but the flies were bad.
$35 a night for four people. Just above average restrooms. Smaller grass area in the sites. $5 a day to fish. Visitors are allowed only 2 hours. The train can be annoying. Swimming pool was nice. Pretty well shaded sites. We stayed there for the Nascar Busch. Not the best place to go, but the staff was friendly and we had a great time. We will be back next year.
This was my fourth time here. Windy again. The restrooms were clean as usual. Very nice place, but the price is getting out of hand. I had full hook up, pull thru site, and one child. $44 for one night. Luckily, one night was free.
The campground is located on the Kokosing River. All river front sites are taken by seasonal campers. River is easy to get to and can be waded. Second year for new owners. They are adding two big lakes to the front of the campground. Two main problems were the restrooms and the water. The restrooms were below average. The water had an awful smell and feel. I don't know if a water filter would help or not.
This was our first time at a State Park. There are plenty of trees between most sites. The restrooms were a little dirty, but it was in March. I assume before the Park is fully staffed. There are 3 full hook up sites.
I stayed here for the fall Michigan race (NASCAR). I think half of the sites have full hook ups now. That's 500 sites of mostly men using 2 shower houses. It was hard to keep the restrooms clean. I would go back for a race weekend. The atmosphere was wonderful. It's about 35 minutes to the track on race day.
We have been here 3 times. Every time has been windy. Great place. Catfish in the pond. Awesome miniture golf course. Clean restrooms. New sites are big, no shade. Older sites have shade, but not as big (still big enough for a 32' tt).
Tent camped here with a travel trailer. Plenty of room width wise. 32' TT was pushing it length wise: not very deep. The road around the full hook ups was a mess. Big sunken holes. Tent and popup area was the nicest I've seen. I don't know if they had water and electric in that area as we did not stay there. Two ponds to fish in, and a swimming pond. Clean restrooms. Also there's miniature golf and canoeing.
We have been here about 5 times. Only about 20 minutes from were we live. The "river" is called Dry Creek for a reason. Only about calf deep in the deepest holes. Luckily, I only live 20 minutes away so I could go home and get a shower when I fed my dogs. 2003, spiders in the corners of the restrooms. 2004, remodeled restrooms. Same spiders in restrooms, but they did have new paneling on walls. Only place I've been that I would not take a shower. I don't mind spiders, just not that many when I close my eyes. It is a nice place if you have a shower in your trailer.
We have stayed here twice. 2003 and 2004. It was terrible in 2003. We went back in 2004 because we had heard the owners of Shelby KOA had bought the place. Should get better in 2005. Will take some time.